Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Making A Bacon Candle

Scented Candle: For Men

Here is a quick tutorial...

BEST PART: When you're done, you have a lot of bacon to eat!





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There was one empty seat at the Super Bowl!


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31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome...nothing holds a candle to this!

Anonymous said...

Greese fire waiting to happen!

Anonymous said...

This is called a tallow candle.

Anonymous said...

FK YES!

Anonymous said...

Eww it probably smells horrible!

Anonymous said...

.......rules 1 and 2 ffs

Anonymous said...

you just drill or was there some mixing going on there?>

Anonymous said...

rules 1 and 2 are only for raids. stop shouting them out at every instance of /b/ as if its a secret club

Anonymous said...

That is OBVIOUSLY a bacon candle drill!

Anonymous said...

pour SOME of the grease in.. put the wick into the grease to hold it steady.. and THEN the rest of the grease! no drill needed :)

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous...

It is by definition a grease fire already.

Anonymous said...

Its a great candle. I tried it, it almost never runs out and has no smell whatsoever. That is really odd, but if you want some cool shaped candles, you can use this technique. It's awesome.

Anonymous said...

tallow is beef fat to be specific, pork fat is lard, and also, the comments mentioning a grease fire are correct, while this candle would smell fantastic, it would be beyond dangerous

YellerKitty said...

One caveat ... please let the bacon grease cool a little before you pour it into a glass container. If it's too hot, the glass could break when you pour it in (never a good thing). Pour in a little, add a LEAD-FREE (please) wick, stabilizing it by tying it around a pencil or spoon which you then rest across the top of the jar. Then pour the rest of the grease. This is essentially what the earliest candles were. There is usually a bit more soot produced than with most 'conventional' candles, but it's a great way to recycle.

Derpicus said...

Wow, I thought making this candle would be a good die but then it caught fire and burned my grandma's house down. Thanks alot internet!

Anonymous said...

01/09/2011?

the 1st of september is months away.

Anonymous said...

1/9/11 is american for january 9th.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha...please tell me this is a troll, and not someone making the rest of us Brits look (more) retarded?!

Anonymous said...

Worse, it's an american!

Anonymous said...

Does it start to go bad a.k.a. rot after a few weeks?

Anonymous said...

wait, is this safe? seriously? so many comments, yet no answers.

Anonymous said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm,baaacccccooooonnnnnnn!!!!

Anonymous said...

leave it to 4chan. ;p

Anonymous said...

I trust it.

Anonymous said...

The date's wrong.

Anonymous said...

Completely safe, probably smells almost exactly like a regular candle, and it probably does go rancid, though the salt in the bacon will delay it.

Anonymous said...

Don't be a pussy. If it's from /b/ it must be legit.

Anonymous said...

If you think that this could possibly start a fire, you need to look up the term "smoke points."

Anonymous said...

Why waste perfectly good bacon grease on a candle. You can cook with that shit and make all your food taste like bacon.

Anonymous said...

Idiots who think this can cause a fire.... does a candle catch fire when you light the wick? No. Because the melted wax at the base of the wick soaks up the wick and burns there rather than in the container. Same applies to bacon grease, kerosene in a lamp, cooking oil candles. Why does such simple technology befuddle you?

ear candles said...

I am curious if this has a strong odor. It is burning fat after all. One way to solve the world's cholesterol.

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